Since the end of my season I’ve been fishing local circuits here in the Columbus, Ohio area. One of them is Hoover Reservoir. It’s small, covering just 2,800 acres, but it’s an example of two things that I’ve been watching happen over the years.
Ott DeFoe will teach fans how to use their fishing electronics in an online seminar, and he'll also be giving away prizes.
Wtih some smart changes to the format, the popular event will return in 2015 for a special event on Kentucky Lake.
Tommy Sanders talks to Randy Howell and David Walker about the B.A.S.S. Brawl.
I’m really excited about next Sunday’s Ike Live show. Dave Mercer, Bassmaster Elite Series emcee, will review the 2014 Elite Series season. The show will air for two hours starting at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time. You can watch it from my site, www.mikeiaconelli.com.
For the first time in B.A.S.S. history two anglers will battle it out in a completely live fish-off — a new and innovative fishing competition called “B.A.S.S. Brawls.”
He never picked the perfect team and only chose the winner twice all season, but Lainsburg, Mich., angler Calvin Stier took his Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing hobby to the next level by earning a total of 10,121 points over nine Bassmaster Elite Series events in 2014.
Catch and release works! I had an interested refresher course in the value of catch and release on Florida's Lake Santa Fe.
The Lake Havasu Anglers High School Fishing Team is the winner of the inaugural Berkley High School Challenge.
Read the rules to this special B.A.S.S. event.